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USB to Parallel Adapter, 5 ft.
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  • I have an HP Laserjet 5P I want to connect to a Mac Mini (Intel) running OSX Tiger 10.4.9. The printer has the small centronics plug as well as the regular size, and I was using the smaller one with the Dell PC. Will the Mac see the printer, first of all, or do I need a special driver? Will your cable work with this printer? Thanks
    • If your printer has the standard centronics connection on it, this should be exactly the cable you need. Our cable will work with the Mac OS, but you will need to check with HP to make sure you can get Mac drivers for your printer. If HP does offer Mac drivers for it then this cable should work for you.
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  • I have a DOS program which will only ptint through an LPT port. My new computer does not have the parallel port. If I use the USB to parallel adapter will it enable me to print from this program?
    • USB to Parallel adapters will not install as true LPT ports. They install as USB printing support. To get a true LPT port you must add a true parallel port to the computer. If you are trying to install the printer on a desktop computer you can install a card like this one: Parallel PCI Card If you are trying to install it on a laptop that has a PCMCIA slot you can use this one: Parallel PCMCIA card If you are trying to install it on a laptop that has an ExpressCard slot you can use this one: Parallel ExpressCard Those will install as LPT ports and should be able to provide full functionality with your printer.
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  • Will this adapter work with HP LaserJet 2100TN & Mac OS10.5?
    • This adapter is compatible with Mac and will work with HP 2100 series printers. However, I believe that HP does not offer Mac support for that specific printer. You may want to confirm that information with HP.
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  • Hello -- I recently upgraded my Vaio with parallel port to a Dell Latitue D820 which only has USB or serial ports. I have a HP LaserJet 5MP printer that works great even though it is quite old. Will you product work on my D820 to connect to the HP5MP and other than connecting cables will I need to do anything else? Will open box save me a few bucks or should I order new? Thank you.
    • Yes, this should be compatible with your printer. The open box adatpers have the same warranty as a retail versions of the product, so there is little risk.
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  • I have a parallel port HP Inkjet T (it is multifunction) but I do not need the fax or scan option to work with the computer. I have a new desktop HP 6407 with only USB ports. Is there a way to "fool" the system to ignore the all-in-one features?
    • This particular adapter does not support the scanning function on the printer and the copy function is independent of the computer. Some customers have been able to use this adapter to print from multifunction machines. However, most often, this will not usually work with multifunction machines.
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